Gucci selling a dress for men in a bid to fight ‘toxic stereotypes’

Italian luxury brand Gucci is selling a £1, 700 orange check dress (pictured) which features satin bow detail in a bid to fight the 'toxic stereotypes that mold masculine gender identity'

Italian luxury clothing brand Gucci is venturing boldly into both cross-dressing and pedophilia with a $2,000 orange plaid dress for men, according to MailOnline.

The sad-looking garment features a childlike Peter-Pan collar and satin bow detail in a bid to fight the “toxic stereotypes that mold masculine gender identity.”

That is, to make a male look ghoulishly like a kind of malformed little girl.

The “Tartan cotton long smock shirt,” which comes with mother of pearl buttons, is said to be inspired by grunge-rock looks from the Seattle of the 1990s.

According to the fashion trendsetter, the tartan dress can be “styled over ripped denim jeans,” for that just-kidnapped-and-thrown-in-a-a-van look. Its palette of “delicate colors reflects the idea of fluidity explored for the Fall Winter 2020 fashion show, disrupting the toxic stereotypes that mold masculine gender identity.”

The orange and beige dress, which is made from 100 percent cotton, also features short sleeves, childlike smock embroidery and a button front.   

The online description is open about its appeal to pederasty, reading: “The contrast Peter Pan collar and smock embroidery on the front add a childhood inspired element, which ties to a recurrent theme of the collection.

‘Pieces with versatile ways to wear and style embrace each person who is part of the House’s individual spirit.”

There’s also a floral print creation available at the slightly lower price, for those seeking something even more feminine.


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